The Gregory Denali 75 Pack is a alpine backpack for shorter expeditions that require plenty of gear. The smallest big-mountain pack is certainly not short on strength, thanks to the easy load transfer of the Fusion Flex Pro suspension. The EVA foam backpanel sheds snow like a champ and the shoulder straps and hipbelt are cushioned for comfort. Drop weight before you leave on your adventure or once you make it to base camp by removing the twin aluminum stays, hipbelt, top lid, and bi-fold bivy pad, the choice is yours, adventurer. Plenty of space on the inside is secured via durable, abrasion-resistant pack fabric and the pick pockets are a handy little spot to house your ice axe points for protecting them and the rest of your gear. The side compression straps not only cinch down the load, but can be used for A-frame carry of skis, or moved to the front for snowboard or snowshoe carry. Utilize the daisy chains for attaching cramp-ons or sleeping pad to the front and you're ready for the mountains.
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